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Originally posted by Phlynx
If there is no movement, time is not measurable, but it is still there.
You also need another variable, a living being to be able to perceive that time. If it is not observed, you might as well say it is not there.
Time doesn't stop for the watch frozen solid in an ice cube. It just seems like it doesn't for the watch.
Originally posted by kozmo
Answer: The Universe! Time is relative and cannot exist outside of physical matter as it is physical matter that creates the mechanism upon which time is built.